Cathay Pacific has redesigned its 'Economy fares' offering Nepalis customers greater choice and flexibility when booking flights. The airline has developed new and simple-to-understand Light, Essential and Flex fares that are tailored to customers’ travel needs and will be introduced in Nepal on 30 November 2021.
Each fare brand offers more control and extensive benefits, from enhanced baggage allowances to flexible rebooking and upgrade options. Additionally, the consistent and clearly defined attributes associated with each fare type provides more visibility for customers on what they are purchasing, helping them choose the fare that suits them best.
Cathay Pacific will also progressively introduce the redesigned Economy fares across the network in phases.
Head of Sales and Country Lead Nepal, Junu Maleku said, “We understand our customers’ travel preferences have changed over time and that no two journeys
are the same. Our aim has always been to develop and provide offerings that are in line with what they are looking for.
“The new fare categorisations allow our customers to choose the fare that resonates best with them, whether that is value fares, having the flexibility to opt for an earlier flight, or upgrade using Asia Miles. We are confident these changes will provide our customers with even greater choice, flexibility and value when they fly with us.”
In addition to redesigning its Economy fares, Cathay Pacific is also shifting its baggage policy from a weight-allowance to a piece-allowance system that provides a more generous baggage allowance in the majority of fare types and cabin classes. These changes will be applicable to all cabin classes and will be gradually rolled out worldwide as the new Economy fares are introduced.
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